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Colorado secretary of state forbids employee travel to Alabama after abortion ban

Denver Post Thursday, 16 May 2019
Employees of the Colorado Secretary of State's Office won't be traveling to Alabama following passage of that state's new anti-abortion law. Other Colorado state employees won't be affected.
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Ava Duvernay, Chris Evans are among a host of stars vowing to lead the fight against Alabama's new abortion ban.

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